Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Altruism Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=LTFWAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Altruism Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=QStWAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
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Altruistic behavior is seemingly at odds with the classic notion of evolution. How can altruism be reconciled with the survival of the fittest? On this program, Prof. Lee Alan Dugatkin discussed the altruism equation. Topics: science, altruism, evolution Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Freedom Politics Freedom Party Christmas: The Icon Of Commercialism Scrooge Was The Moral Man Altruism vs Selfishness: The Spirit Of Giving Peace On Earth? Topics: Freedom, Politics, Altruism, Peace, Philosophy, Christmas, Scrooge
Kerry Vaughan discusses growing the Effective Altruism movement and preventing it from failing at EA Global Melbourne.http://eaglobal.org/melbourne Topics: Effective Altruism, EA Global, Kerry Vaughan, Melbourne
News by Marian Curruthers Producer and Presenter Matt Clarke Jacqui Hayes investigates the evolution of altruism Ian Woolf interviews Gina Sartore about Solistalgia Topics: science, altruism, evolution, behaviour, psychology, solistalgia
In his 2009 book 'The Life You Can Save', Singer presented the thought experiment of a child drowning in a pond before our eyes, something we would all readily intervene to prevent, even if it meant ruining an expensive pair of shoes we were wearing. He argued that, in fact, we are in a very similar ethical situation with respect to many people in the developing world: there are life-saving interventions, such as vaccinations and clean water, that can be provided at only a relatively small cost... Topics: Effective Altruism, Altruism, Sigwick, Utilitarian, Utilitarianism, Philosophy, Ethics, Peter...
Ramakrishna Mission, Delhi conducted a three day State Level Youth Convention with the theme 'Awakening The Youth Power' from 18th October to 20th October 2013.Smt. Kiran Sasidharan spoke on 'Service' during the session with the theme 'Harnessing the Powers of Mind' on 19 October 2013. Topics: Youth Convention, Ramakrishna Mission, Swami Vivekananda, Concentration, Service, altruism
This week we talk about believers giving more to charity than atheists. Then, we discuss what encourages charity and altruism.This was recorded on November 16, 2013 as part of our live all-day webshow to raise funds for Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) relief. Topics: Filipino Freethinkers, podcast, video, haiyan, Yolanda, charity, spiritualism, atheists, altruism
http://www.kabbalah.info Prof. Ervin Laszlo talks about relating altruistically to all people like we are one family, and that through such a change in relationships, we can build a new, altruistic civilization. Topics: altruism, oneness, wholeness, holism, integration, interconnectedness, new+civilization
Interview with Deborah Stone, author, who argues that altruism and generosity are values shared by almost all Americans, and that this value should also be reflected in the priorities we set for our government. Deborah Stone is a Research Professor of Government at Dartmouth College and a founding editor of The American Prospect. (See http://www.samaritansdilemma.com/ ) First aired on August 10, 2008, on Forward Forum (http://www.forwardforum.net), a Madison, WI-based public affairs show.... Topics: altruism, samaritan, government, charity, aid, assistance, Deborah Stone
Audio Recording of Peter Singer addressing Habonim Dror Melbourne - Peter Singer discusses Effective Altruism, the topic of his latest book "The Most Good You Can Do". Learn about this controversial and important movement in global aid, and the way we can use it to improve the world. Peter also answered questions following his talk. **FREE ENTRY** Order your free ticket her tinyurl.com/PeterSingerHaboMelbourne "Peter Singer may be the most controversial philosopher alive; he is... Topics: Ethics, Effective Altruism, Hobonim Dror, Peter Singer, Utilitarian
Review of Alternative Economic Theories given at the Open Forum, Humanist House Sydney, 10th October 2007. It includes a look at mainstream / neoclassical economics, challenges towards economic growth, problems with the market including Galbraith's views, the nature of agency, behavioural economics and altruism, game theory, institutional economics, transaction costs and information, Sraffian economics, evolutionary economics, macro economics, Marxian economics, Georgist economics, and views on... Topics: Economics, Heterodox Economics, growth, altruism, game theory, behavioural economics
Spec. Coll. copy 1 = publisher's gray-blue cloth over boards, blocked in red, gold and black; in blue case. Ex libris Bernard M. Meeks. Ex libris N.N. Wallack. Illustrator's autographed presentation copy, dated July 25, 1936, to Miss Helene A Wallack with an original watercolor sketch on fly-leaf. Inscribed "To my dear daughter Alice. Father. Christmas 1886" on upper free endpaper. Publisher's booklist:  pages following text Topics: Altruism, Conduct of life, Family, Grandparent and child
David Duke web radio broadcast for 02-05-2008 David Duke's Website David Duke Radio Archive for 2008 David Duke Radio Archive for 2007 David Duke Radio Archive for 2006 David Duke's free audio books: Jewish Supremacism My Awakening: A Path to Racial Understanding ( 2 reviews ) Topics: ayn rand, collectivism, communism, racism, individualism, atlas shrugged, altruism, selfishness
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: World's Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.), Altruism, Consolation, Orphans Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=BKWk7j7EE2wC&oe=UTF-8
Should the pure, unemotional logic of utilitarianism be brought to bear on charitable giving? Renowned ethicist Peter Singer advances a provocative new theory of ‘effective’ altruism. Watch the full replay: youtu.be/tZfbcTiGBuIRSA Spotlights – taking you straight to the heart of the event, highlighting our favourite moments and key talking points.In this excerpt from the event 'Can Altruism Be More Effective?', Peter Singer discusses effective altruism, a provocative new movement. He... Topics: The RSA, RSA Events, talk, lecture, discussion, panel, Peter Singer, ethicist, altruism, effective...
The 4th World Spirit Forum hosted prominent scientists, thinkers and spiritual leaders from all over the world, uniting to discuss plans to deal with a world filled with crises. . For more info: http://www.kabbalah.info/engkab/congress_arosa/arosa.htm Topic: world spirit forum wisdom council altruism michael laitman ervin laszlo sustainability systems...
Dr. Michael Laitman's speech at the World Wisdom Council meeting in Tokyo, Japan, "Creating a New Civilization" - November 2005. For more info: www.kabbalah.info Topic: consciousness altruism egoism rav laitman globalization crisis society peace sustainability systems...
Much of the research on the topic of altruism reads as though the principal developmental problems which face the child are those of acquiring a repertoire of benevolent acts, and deciding under which circumstances those acts are to be put in play. The author suggests that any full inquiry into the developmental course of altruistic behavior must include attention to the processes by which children come to recognize and identify other people's needs, and frame responses which reflect this... Topics: ERIC Archive, Altruism, Children, Developmental Psychology, Helping Relationship, Social Behavior,...